Alternative blues rock outfit Blonde Roses meld gritty alternative tunes with a splash of rock n’ roll and southern blues to create a harmonious union. Lifelong friends, the 4-piece are strongly influenced from the 60’s and 70’s and coin these decades as a main component to their songwriting. With a little throwback mixed with personal strife, the band delivers honest and real lyrics about overcoming something and gaining strength from destruction.
Today the band have unveiled the music video for their single, “Bullet”. Filmed in the heart of Lafayette, Louisiana by John Paul Summers of Infinite Focus, lead singer, Molly plays a black widow, femme fatale type character who seeks out and seduces sleezy men to ultimately put them in deadly situations. Her character is stuck in an endless loop of destruction in which she wants to break herself free of. She is acting as a protector for women who have been wronged by men.
Music Video by Infinite Focus | Lafayette, Louisiana Direction & Cinematography: John Paul Summers Producer: Adam Falgout 1st AD: Rachel Whittle Gaffer: Nick Shamblott 1st AC: Adam Lipscomb 2nd AC: Chris Cohen Art Director: Matthew Whittle Key Grip: Mel Perdikis Grip/PA: Matthew Koesy Sound/PA: Tim Hebert Recording of Bullet produced by: Ben Lorio of The Music Shed | New Orleans, Louisiana